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. but they turn into jeeps [ laughter ] >> and later one of america's most popular comedians is hitting the big screen. new purefitness from crystal light. a pure way to water your body. >>> an up beat retail concern. the dow turned higher in the afternoon and finished up almost 30 points. the nasdaq rose about 6 points. the s&p 5 gained about 4. >>> a mixed picture for the job's market last week. number of americans getting extended unemployment benefits dropped to a 15 month low, but more people filed last week for benefits for the first time. the labor department official said that the easter holiday could have skewed the numbers slightly. >>> a new spring in easter put a spring in retailers. sales jumped more than 9% from a year ago. it's also the 7th straight month gain. >>> more traffic at apple stores. more than 450,000 of the company's ipad computers have sold since sales kicked off saturday. that fell short of some analysts expectations. many thought that first weekend sales alone could reach 700,000. >>> and this year's college grads could expect lower starting salaries. first time av
picture, america's top rated internet, and phone. all for just $69.99 a month for the first six months. don't wait -- this offer won't last. call 1-888-get-fios now. this is beyond cable. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities this is fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> you might not realize it, but you're trackable everywhere you go. your cell phone lets the feds keep tabs on you and you don't even know it's happening. authorities justify it as necessary, but there's controversy over using cell phones to track you without having a warrant to do it. talk show host and former police commissioner joins us this morning. >> we're talking about 277 million cell phone users and you can put your hands on where they are pretty much at anytime. talk about the technology of wherwhyyou can do it. >> you hit a tower and you can pinpoint it to a house. it's even better now. now you can literally. you don't need the gps tracking officially, it's in your phone. it's got a carjack, kidnapped, it doesn't -- we can find you that way. we find bad guys that way, too. >> there's a good reason
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information on cash for appliances, go to >>> coming up the improving news or america's automakers. >>> i'm just a poor bay though ♪ ♪ my story is seldom told >> the important leader >>> stocks struggled wednesday despite better than expected quarterly reports from morgan stanley and wells fargo. the dow remained mostly unchanged closing at 11,124. the nasdaq ended slightly higher but the s&p 500 slipped a bit. general motors announced it made a payment of $5.8 billion to the federal government paying off the last of the loans. overall gm received $50 billion which now holds $2 billion in stock. chrysler posted a profit of $5 million the first since being acquired as fiat. chrysler says it's on track to break even or earn a modest profit for the whole year. >>> timothy geithner and ben bernanke introduced the design of a new bill. it will begin circulating in 2027. >>> coming up a night of giving back on american idol. >>> a difference together we can save lives. >> someone else got voted off. who that was. >>> i'm joel d smith live in you on ward county. we're jus
organization, health care reform are coming to america. some of the changes have already started but won't take full effect for another few years. still people want to know how healthcare reform will affect their families. this morning, dr. ben carson, world renouned neuro surgeon at john hopkins joins live instudio other what he thinks about the bill and he it means for you. he will be answering questions. you can send them other facebook or give us a call later this hour. >>> coming up american idol went a little elvis last night. >> you got me doing what you want me ♪ ♪ baby what do you want me to do >> what the judges thought of katie's attempt to sing like the king? >> i'm going it tell you what the elephants from the >>> talk about the elephant in the room. it isn't your usual date at the lexington market. you can eat live with the elephant. jessica starr is live at the hometown hot spot. good morning, jess. >> reporter: this is a great day, every year when the circus comes to town. you can come down to the lexington market, and eat with the elephant. to get more information on what
beating estimates. a look at business. >> coming up, defending america from terrorist actions, how republicans are responding to this week's nuclear summit. >> never any problems. >> an elderly woman found dead. why police think she may have been murdered >> presidentpresident obamamento secure all nuclear materials all around the world to keep them out of the hands of terrorists. the goal of the 40 nation summit held in washington. our political commentitater joins us this morning for our washington wrap. to talk more about this. good morning. so the 47 countries that were involved in this all said that they would work closely with the united nations on this. some of the country agreed to give up their uranium all together. a lot of people are calling this historic. how would you classify it? >> i call it almost hilarious. if you actually believe that these rogue nations and the notorious dictators, that they are able to come into the country to talk about limiting this nuclear proliferation. i think the president is sincere, he would like to see the world without nuclear arms, ma
some instances air flighs were able to restart the engines. >>> senator charles schumer says america, delta, jet blue, united and u.s. air fair have pledged not to charge their customers for carry on bags. schumer contacted the airlines after hearing about spirit airline to collect $45 for passenger who brings luggage on board its flights. >> the 5ceos told me they had no intention of doing this. they thought it was a bad idea and they're not going to mimic spirit. they started charging for checked baggage we can't like it, but charging for carry on baggage is over stepping the line. >> shumer will meet with spirit airlines sometime next week. >>> coming up. one of wall street's biggest charged with fraud. how much money goldman sachs is accused of stealing. >>> is there that much public urination going on? i think it's much. it's an excuse too fine more people. >> baltimore residents could be made with 100% natural ingredients, no fillers, no preservatives, and a delicious taste your family will love. perdue frozen chicken. all-white meat. no mystery. >>> ocks tumbled after the fcc
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not cover natural desasters, also known as act of god events. some do cover, for example, axis america, the mid-atlantic travel agency, the insurance they offer is offering refunds if suppliers are suspending travel for 24 hours or more. >> a lot of these people are finding themselves stuck for in hotels, for days and days longer than anticipated and money is running out. is there any kind of insurance or anything associated with your trip that would help people in that case? >> there's various forms. cancellation, trip interruptions will cover the additional expenses that you don't expect when you're stranded waiting for flights to resume. >> a lot of people go away on vacation and go out of town and don't think to get the travelers insurance. this might make them change their mind. when they book the next trip what are the things they should think about in terms of booking the trip and getting the insurance? >> travel insurance is such a nominal cost when you compare to the 1,000 you're spending on a trip. you're looking at 7% of the cost of the trip. so you should read the fine prin
raisin. here for a limited time. america runs on dunkin'. get swept up with the big chocolate taste of mocha iced coffee from dunkin' donuts. it's just another one of our delicious, refreshing iced coffee flavors -- grab one today! america runs on dunkin'. loving free to live my life. ♪ loving free on weight watchers. and you will too. since right now you can join for free. weight watchers. because it works. > much to do over crab. the discrepancy over maryland blue crab population. stop bullying before it starts. the signs to watch out for. >>> an american idol returns to his roots for a good cause. david cook takes us behind idol gives back. >>> good morning. it's wednesday april 21st. i'm patrice harris. >>> good morning, i'm megan gilliland. i have been trying to explain this, what it's like outside. it smells like it's going to rain out there. you can tell it's coming. >>> that is how meteorologist steve fertig does all of his forecast. >> what does it smell out there? >> i can't describe it. >> water, salty, not too much. >> you have been covering the salt all day. >> not to
% fiber optic network makes. get an amazing hd picture, america's top rated internet, and phone. all for just $69.99 a month for the first six months. don't wait -- this offer won't last. call 1-888-get-fios now. this is beyond cable. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities this is fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> welcome back to fox 45 morning news. 6:30 is the time. i'm patrice harris. let's get a check of the forecast. a nice day in store, meteorologist steve fertig is here. it's always nice when you can give good news. >>> it's going to be a pretty day, a lot of sunshine and the temperatures warm into the 70s. >> it's a nice day. >> you want to get out and i have a bike ride. >> how can i do what i'm doing outside. >> how can we take this show on the road? >> yeah. the temperatures are for now not nearly as warm as it will get, 47 degrees but above where we should be for this time of year by a few degrees at start of the day. 44 in hagerstown, 37 in salisbury where it's a little bit chillier. dry conditions, though, you see no cloud cover around the area on a sky
and not being able to come to an agreement with the issues that make a difference in america. they're upset about the partisan ship. >> patrice, i think your point is well taken but it's a deeper. at a certain level you don't distinguish one party from the other because i think that americans are beginning to realize that they take care of their own special interests. they protect each other, and they make sure that the lobbist and specialists are taken care. their way of life is not getting any better. they pass the massive healthcare bill and people are beginning to realize that real change doesn't take place until 2014. they feel they're being deceived and lied to and they want to keep firing them until they believe they can get it right. >> how will this discontent play out in the november elections. you and i said that people are not actionable leannly, angry. is it going to make a difference. >> they are actionnalbly, angry. it's changing and there's a comment that danny hoyer made recently about the tea party. we assumed this anger would subside after the health care bill. when we lo
ofridgehere on fox -- frin. >>> who america voted off on last night's american idol. >>> but next it's an age-old problem and sometimes it can even turn deadly. how lawmakers want to make sure at a weight watchers meeting, you can get the life skills that put you in charge of your world and hungry. which means you can rock the party and still lose weight and learn how to keep it off. and, if you're not satisfied after four weeks of meetings, we'll give you your money back. sorry, hungry, we don't care about your satisfaction. but yours is guaranteed. so join today. weight watchers. stop dieting. start living. >>> school systems across the country are struggling with ways to end school bullying. the recent suicide of a massachusetts teen is the latest case to prompt calls for tougher laws. samantha hayes has more on what is being done to keep your kids safe in school. >> reporter: prosecutors say 15-year-old fe15-year-old phoebs verbally and physically abused, the taunting so severe that she eventually took her life when you look at what happened to her, this was persecution. this thing was a
. and tim what an accomplishment. on the biggest singing competition in america, this truly had to change your life, didn't it some. >> it has changed my life completely in ways i haven't even realized. i won't realize until i get home and realize how everything is different. >> and you have a moment to breathe. >> yeah, right? >> you have had an interesting run on this show and the judges were tough on you especially in the beginning, bought in the -- but in the end it was kind of a turn of events because simon said he admired you and you listened to them and their crticism and you didn't whine. what do you think about simon as a judge. >> he says what he thinks and he knows what he is i talking abou. when he has crticism you listen to it and when he has nice things to say, you listen to that, too. >> what is the most important lesson that you're take away from it all? >> i'm learning that you can't let the different situations change who you are. me personally, you go through something like this and it changes you, you have to keep the core that you had going into it? >> you seem to bec
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in america. with so much money make being potential, hopes are high that this latest 3-d boom doesn't go bust. and there's a movement underway to blaze this trail straight into the future. buzz hayes began working in 3-d before it was cool. he is the instructor as sony pictures brand new 3-d technology center where film makers are emerged in an intensive hands on course on how to actually film in 3-d. a method much different converting movies to 3-d. that process drew mixed reviews from critics for clash of the titans. does the audience really see a difference. >> i think they already are based on different releases at threaters. people are very vocal of 3-d both good and bad. we wanted to raise the bar. >> reporter: and stay above it says camera director who enrolled in the class. his future depends on it. >> the language of 3-d is different from the language we have learned to use in 2d. >> reporter: one person who is head of the game is the ceo of dream works animation. he recently blasted the 2d to 3-d conversion process, warning thawarningthat it could turn aus away. >> for the first t
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